Yuvclique 2016 (Management & IT fest of GCCBA)

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Government College of Commerce and Business Administration organized ” 5th MANAGEMENT & IT FEST “Yuvclique 2016” the mega event in college today. The event was organized by management club ‘Gestione’ and Information Technology society ‘Tech-Infomatics’. The fest showcased creativity and zeal of faculty and students who had put in their efforts to organize this show and make it successful. Event was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. Karamjeet Singh, Professor UBS.  The Guest of Honor Dr. Jagwant Singh, Senator, Panjab University Chandigarh and Director of Academic Staff-Colleges graced the occasion as well. Principal Mrs. Manjit Kaur welcomed the guests and participants.

 

Yuvclique 2016 had a plethora of events spread over the day such as  ‘Chehre pe Chehra (Face Painting)’, ‘Toggle Tuner’, ‘Lord of The Words’, ‘News Nerd’, ‘Business Minds‘, ‘Nakalchee’, ‘Kal, Aaj Aur Kal (Street Play)’, Foot Loose’, ‘Ad-Mad’, ‘Fashionista’, ‘LAN Gaming’, ‘E-Collage’, ‘Movie making’, ‘Selfie Contest’, ‘ABCD (Any Body Can Dubsmash)’. Students showcased their versatility, creativity and dynamism. The fest attracted a figure of around 4000 eyeballs which consisted of students, teaching faculty and special guests from reputed colleges/Business Schools of Chandigarh and Punjab. Apart from the competition, fest included entertaining and rocking performance by Samvaad Band. RJ Manav enthralled the audience with his wit and humour during the Fashion Show. Popular singers Gitaz Bindrakhiya and Jordan Sandhu from the Chandigarh Yankees Team of the Box Cricket League stole the show with their power packed performance.

Guest of Honor for the evening session Dr. R.S. Brar, HOD physical education, PGC-11, Chandigarh graced the occasion. The Chief Guest, Dr. Mamta Joshi, Assistant Professor, Music Department, PGGC-11, Chandigarh, appreciated the enthusiasm of  host college and congratulated students and whole team for the success of the fest and wished them luck for their future endeavours. Prof. Rosy Walia extended the vote of thanks.

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